West Bengal Tourism
West Bengal is the sweetest part of the whole Indian sub-continent. The land is a cradle of culture and festivities aligned by a wide range of natural abundances. It is said people who once visited West Bengal never get over with the feelings of overwhelming experience. The state of West Bengal is bordered with Bangladesh and is the gateway to the Eastern India. The topography of the land is quite contrasting starting with the Himalayas in the north to the Bay of Bengal in the south and with the undulating plateau in the west to the deltaic Gangetic Plains in the east. The variation of this land has given birth to various cultures but the concentric aspect all comes down to rich culture, mouthwatering Bengali Cuisine and a band of vibrant festivals all year round. The Durga Puja is one of the biggest, most popular and widely celebrated festival in the West Bengal.
Travelers flock in bands to visit this ethereal state of West Bengal from all across the country and from foreign lands also. Among the many breathtaking destinations, some of the famous travel destinations are the Darjeeling Himalayas, Shantiniketan, the ceramic temples of Bishnupur, the Royal palaces of Murshidabad & Kochbehar, the jungles of Alipore Duars, the coastal town of Digha, the mangroves of Sundarban and above all the Cultural Capital of India, Kolkata – the City of Joy. Commutation in West Bengal is very smooth with the availability of all modes of transportations. A visit to West Bengal means a visit back to one’s own soul.